Category: Leisure

Discover the best viewpoints along the Costa del Sol

  • Posted on September 1, 2023
  • Reading time: 9 minutes

It is clear that what most attracts the vast majority of tourists who come to visit the Costa del Sol, are mainly its beaches during the summer months. Which is all very well, but anyone who has ventured to come to Malaga outside the high season months will inevitably return!

It is then, when we can really discover the charms and magic of a coast bathed in light and sunshine, its culture and savoir-faire, at a more leisurely pace and without crowds.

Today we present the viewpoints along the more than 160 km of our Costa del Sol. Charming places from which to enjoy unique views, open spaces and new horizons, join us!


Recommendations for the Caminito del Rey in autumn and winter 

Almost 30,000 tickets are already on sale to visit the spectacular Caminito del Rey during autumn and winter, the most ideal season in Malaga to enjoy beautiful walks in nature.

One of them is undoubtedly the Caminito del Rey, a spectacular aerial path rehabilitated along the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes.

It has been converted from one of the most dangerous paths in the world into an attractive route through this beautiful natural setting. And even more so now in autumn when temperatures drop and nature offers spectacular colours and contrasts.

In the photo you can see very well why the Caminito used to be one of the most dangerous paths in the world Photo Viajero Feliz


What to see in Malaga – Discover the most enchanting corners

Welcome to Malaga!

Discover some of the enchanting corners of Malaga. The city has real gems that you probably didn’t know about yet.

Malaga’s classic attractions (of which there are quite a few by the way!) can be found in any decent travel guide to this ancient city situted in the bay of Malaga.

But we’re going to make your mouth water with this alternative Insider tour of local and visiting photographers and show you some real gems of Malaga that you probably didn’t know about yet.


The Costa del Sol Coastal Path in Malaga

  • Posted on August 23, 2023
  • Reading time: 9 minutes

Join us in discovering the coastal path along 14 municipalities that make up the coast of Malaga.

This magnificent project, which is currently 85% complete, offers the possibility of walking along the Mediterranean Sea along more than 160 km of coastline:

From Manilva to Nerja, passing through Estepona, Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola and Benaládena, Torremolinos, Málaga, Rincón de la Victoria, Torre del Mar, Algarrobo and Torrox, join us and discover it!


The best Costa del Sol Escape Rooms

  • Posted on August 21, 2023
  • Reading time: 8 minutes

Today we introduce you to a very different and fun proposal: Did you know that in the province of Malaga and along the Costa del Sol there are some magnificent Escape Rooms?

There are even outdoor ones, where during the game you can discover beautiful corners of cities like Malaga or Marbella. There are portable versions to play at home and also as themed dinners.

Find out all about them in our article about the best Escape Rooms in Malaga!


Savour the Malaga Wines – Wine tourism in Malaga

Wine tourism in Malaga has been established for years as an interesting complementary offer.

The fertile lands of Malaga have a long history of vine cultivation dating back hundreds of years. There are currently 45 wineries and two Denominations of Origin in the province of Malaga.

We present you the best wineries and the wine and grape harvest festivals that take place in Malaga from August to December.



Swim in the turquoise waters of Alcazaba Lagoon, unique in Europe

No, this is not the Caribbean. It is Alcazaba Lagoon, an artificial lagoon of 1.4 hectares with ever turquoise waters.

In this article we are going to discover the fantastic Alcazaba Lagoon: A huge freshwater oasis located 6 km off the Costa del Sol between Estepona and Casares.


Malaga Fair 2023 – Everything you need to know

  • Posted on August 7, 2023
  • Reading time: 9 minutes

The Malaga Fair is one of the liveliest and most popular fairs in Andalusia and attracts every year a large number of local and foreign visitors who enjoy lots of music, dancing and cold Cartojal to combat the high temperatures.

It takes place during the day in the streets of the historic centre and then moves at night to the fairgrounds where people continue to party until dawn.